Walk-In Wednesdays at Hillsboro
To make registration and enrollment more convenient for prospective students and their families, Jefferson College will hold “Walk-In Wednesdays” from April until August with many services available in a one-stop setting.
Walk-In Wednesday hours will be from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. at the Hillsboro campus through August 23. Prospective students should bring photo identification. No appointment is necessary.
Anyone interested in attending Jefferson College can complete a variety of registration-related steps in one visit:
- Apply to the College
- Apply for financial aid
- Take the placement test
- Meet with an academic advisor
- Receive a degree audit
- Register for classes (students must have test scores on file that are within the past two years)
- Get a student photo ID (free for first time students)
- Purchase a parking pass ($10)
- Purchase text books
Intersession classes begin on May 15, summer classes begin on June 5, and fall classes begin on August 21.
Among the available class formats and options are day, evening, hybrid (on site/online), One Night Plus, and 3, 4, 6, 8, and 16-week formats. A complete list of available degree programs and academic program offerings is located on the Jefferson College website at www.jeffco.edu.
To make attending college more affordable, prospective students may submit an online application for admission for free via the Jefferson College website at www.jeffco.edu/apply.
Jefferson College offers four degree pathways:
- Associate of Arts (A.A.) – a general studies program designed to transfer to a four-year college or university.
- Associate of Arts in Teaching (A.A.T.) – designed to transfer to a four-year teacher education program.
- Associate of Science – Pre-Engineering (A.S.) – designed to transfer to an engineering institution, specifically the Missouri University of Science and Technology.
- Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) – a series of career and technical education programs designed for those who wish to gain employment directly upon graduation. The A.A.S. degree is not designed to transfer. In most A.A.S. programs, students may pursue either a degree or a career and technical certificate.
Residents can also pursue a bachelor’s degree on campus through Jefferson College’s cooperative partnerships with Missouri Baptist University, the University of Missouri-St. Louis, and Central Methodist University.
For more information about registering for the intersession, summer or fall semester, prospective students should call Jefferson College Enrollment Services at (636) 481-3209 (TDD 789-5772).